Hotel Diplomat

SanMartin 918, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1004, Argentina | Hotel
Prices starting from $52.00
 

Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires: "Paris of the South?"

A travel blog entry by nickjackets

43

... of politics.The citizens have their own mayor and public services,the city in effect is a “Province” and this has only recently come into effect in the last 15 years.
The city is divided into areas, La Boca,San Telmo,Monserrat,Recoleta,Palermo,Balvan era and San Nicolas.Each of these areas have their own unique characters and quirks.My hotel is in the Recoleta area which sits between Avenue del Liberatador and Avenue Sante Fe,it is renowned for its French ...

Day 184/187 Tango

A travel blog entry by wanvigdot

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... show. The dancing was amazing but we could not decide whether we liked the singer or not. In fact, he made Elena and Ariana fall asleep. We could hear those nice Carlos Gardel songs such as “Caminito”, “Volver” and “El dia que me quieras”. When we got home, we looked for them in iTunes.




Homework and more homework, ...

"I will return, and I will be millions."

A travel blog entry by cjgs1430

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... 8221; from above the dome. A children’s choir once sang from the dome, and the director was fired when she brought up concerns for the children’s safety. Argentines love their opera.

We ended the tour by looking at some costumes from old operas. My favorite was a dress worn by Lily Pons in 1933. Greg was more fascinated by the plastic statute of Mozart that the Austrians sent as a gift. We were not far from the hotel, so we walked back. ...

Mausoleums and More Good Music!

A travel blog entry by jsquaredgoesto

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14

... or something else would catch my eye. I found it fascinating, wandering up and down the rows upon rows. There are mausoleums made of marble, concrete, bricks, rocks, some small some large, some in various states of disrepair, and some with flowers newly arranged. Some with fresh caskets, some with caskets that have deteriorated, some with stairs leading underground, some with ornate windows and doors. Many broken windows, and some with doors half open - almost as ...

Day 18 - Buenos Aires bike tour

A travel blog entry by kano-n-kirky

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... tombs. It felt more like walking around a city with small buildings rather than a Cemetery. The rich pay for there extravagant tombstones and 100 years burial. After the 100 years, relatives are asked to pay fees, almost like rent to keep the bodies here, some cant afford/don't want to pay and so the bodies are moved from the tombstone to another lower class cemetery. It's ridiculous, we even seen some for sale signs on the tombstones. Bizarre but weirdly beautiful are the only words ...

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This hotel, located in the C1 area of Buenos Aires, is near Galerias Pacifico, Edificio Kavanagh, Silvia y Mario Shop Florida, and Poppy's.
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